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TODAY – Mostly sunny, with a high near 36º. West wind around 10 mph.

TONIGHT – A 20% chance of snow showers. Partly cloudy, with a low around 9º. Southwest wind around 5 mph.

TOMORROW – Snow showers likely, mainly after 11am. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 30º. Chance of precipitation is 70%. New snow accumulation of 1 to 2 inches is possible.

HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK – Widespread wintry weather returns through the weekend, with precipitation chances becoming heightened for much of south central and southeastern Colorado.


Avalanche Warning and High (Level 4 of 5) avalanche danger till this morning for the San Juan, La Plata, La Garita, and Sangre de Cristo Mountains. As flow transitions from southwest to west, deeper snow totals and larger water loads should expand spatially across the region. Heavy snow and strong winds are creating very dangerous avalanche conditions.If you choose to venture into the backcountry, conservative terrain choices will be critical to manage the unknown and reduce your avalanche risk. 

CDOT says: don’t fumble your fun during the biggest weekend in football – keep the penalties on the field. Drive sober or don’t drive.


9:30am West Custer County Library Board meeting at the library, 209 Main Street, Westcliffe.

WEBSITE MANAGEMENT –– KLZR is looking for someone to volunteer their expertise with website management. Send us an email at if you’re interested. Thank you!

Congratulations to Solvista Health. They were just awarded the 2024 Platinum Bell Seal for Workplace Health by Mental Health America, recognizing employers striving to create mentally healthy workplaces for their employees.


8am Men’s Breakfast Group Hosted by First Baptist Church, takes place at the Senior Center, 612 Main Street in Silver Cliff. Contact Jim Parkes for more information: 719-285-5818.

9:30am Pickleball​ At the Pickleball Courts, 1st Street & Butler in Silver Cliff.

Noon Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Get ready to collect glass in Big Blue (roll-off dumpster) located in the Altitude Community Fitness parking lot. This is a free service to the community.

2:30pm Local author, Annie Dawid will be at the Writer’s Group this month as a special guest in the Community Room at the library, 209 Main Street, in Westcliffe

3pm Read with Josey Join Josey, certified therapy dog and her human Jennifer Myers to practice your reading and share some dog love. Reading to dogs can boost reading skills in children as well as help with emotional and social skills. At the library, 209 Main Street in Westcliffe.

Bruce Hays is playing a gig at The Dusty Rose Roadhouse in Howard this evening at 6pm.

Don your Hawai’ian shirt or skirt and join the fun at the Jones Theater for the rescheduled Beach Party, a screening of Blue Hawa’ii with Elvis Presely. Tiki drinks, lei’s & photo ops with Elvis! Cocktail hour begins at 6pm, the film starts at 7pm for tonight and Saturday night. There’s a Sunday Matinée at 2pm but no cocktail hour.

On Saturday the Coaldale Historic Schoolhouse Indoor Flea Market is from noon – 3pm at 287 Hayden Creek Road County Road 45 in Coaldale. Come find something you didn’t think you needed.



9am Bobcats Wrestling Regionals at La Junta (Otero JC). Hosted by Rocky Ford. 

10am Bobcats MS Basketball at Cripple Creek Pioneers. 

4pm Bobcats HS Basketball at the Center Vikings. 



9am Bobcats Wrestling Regionals at La Junta (Otero JC). Hosted by Rocky Ford. 

11am Bobcats HS Basketball at home vs. Trinidad Miners


10am Pirates MS Basketball vs. South Park Burros. 


2pm Pirates HS Basketball at Sanford Mustangs.

This week on Valley Views our host, Gary Taylor, interviews local author Annie Dawid about her new book, Paradise Undone: A Novel of Jonestown. Valley Views* airs on Tuesday and Thursday at 7am and 6pm, and Saturdays at 10am, and is always available to stream on our website.​​

 Did you know that we can be heard on your vehicle’s radio all throughout Bighorn Sheep Canyon? You can listen to music for your entire ride to Salida or Cañon City! Most of the drive is a deadzone for cellular service, it’s that good ole radio transmission coming through. This is just one of that many reasons to absolutely love radio, especially community radio.

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